Most owners are unaware their furry friends can save other pets' lives.
Volunteer wildlife nurses use household items to help their furry patients.
Though we think of them as carnivores, dogs' nutritional needs can be met in other ways.
And why you should probably leave most baby squirrels alone.
Social norms are wrecking your grief experience.
Plus some bee-utiful photography.
The Crocodile Hunter's successors reflect on his legacy
Its mother rejected it because it smelled of human
The animals are fleeing the sea
New recommendations would prevent felines and other animals from helping the ill
Leaving them behind could be disastrous.
And then instantly cast them on a reality show
A bark, cough, or even petting your dog could spread infection.
An interview with photographer Joel Sartore
Understanding your pet's real age can be vital to keeping them healthy.
Worker rodents routinely eat their queens feces to gain additional nutrients—and parenting skills.
With a little help from her (zookeeper) friends
Wildlife officials say charges to come
Proper sleep is more important than you might think.
It's a snap, quite literally.
Ant-Man to the rescue!
Water bear don't care.
Ecologists study how wildlife-studying drones affect the creatures